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IIw J IfI Ytl 01x c H Llid fj I oj JI to j P1I I t r t i btb3biit NgJp t A1J 4 0111 h 9 J r rlL 4 VOtUMFXIlI COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 201910 NUMBER 37 ENDS HIS TROUBLES itcinuehCoomer Wtho Lived in the fairplay Country Suicided f Sund yNigbt J J iSEVERALPcRSONS WITNESSED THEDEED Thesuicide of Lemuel Ceomer reach ed here early Monday morning The following are the particulars as gath ered from a gentleman who lives in the neighborhood Several days ago C omI er and his wife who is a daughter Col Asturry Tabor of Albany Ky quarreledand it is said that the wife receiveda whipping She left going to the home of her brother Olie Tabor where she told her troubles and where she was cared for by her brother Sun hisbrotherinIlaws Iintreated her to return home with him saying that he was sorry for his action and promising to do better In the ture His wife declined to go with fU1 and turned to renter the house Just 4asshe did so the husband drew his pis toland shot his brains out Besides the wife four or live children are left The dead man was about forty years old If fG90n r had not kilted himself it is more than likely that a reconciliation would have been brought about as it is said that Mrs Coomer took nis death very hard ir The interment took place in the neigh ibprhood Monday afternoon r A Success About three years ago tIreT G Rasner took charge of the Columbia Steam Laundry with rio experience but little money and a demoralized pat ronage caused by previous failures of others who tried to build the business He has stuck to the business acquired the knowledge and equipments neces sary and one by one built a substantial patronage That the people of this part of the State should be liberal in their support to this Laundry can not be questioned for its work is done in first class order and at much less price than others Besides getting good work at reasonable prices a man who makes the struggles and undergoes the hardships that Mr Rasner has needs the encour agement of a solid patronage from the section that should sustain him His patronage is increasing but itought to be more than double its present worth Send in your linen and be convinced Resolutions of Respect Whereas Death is appointed unto us all once to die and go forth into the great unknown and whereas our sister Mrs Maud Damron has yielded to the inevitable and has gone forth to know the realities of eternity Therefore Be it Resolved that since she has yielded herself unreservedly to the Lord Jesus Christ as her Redeemer her Priest and her King and since she became more and more like the Christq being perfected through buffering and since she met death with the Christians faith and victory Be it Resolved That weas a society sorrow not as those who have no hope but rejoice because our sisters suffer r ing is over and she is with the Lord Be it further Resolved That we ex tend our heartiest sympathies to the bereaved husband little daughter and other dear relatives and commend them to the God and Sovior she loved and served and also commend her life and death to them as worthy of example to be followed and attained Wecommend that these resolutions bepublished in The Adair County News andacopy be given her husband and little daughter By order of the Ladies Aid Society of the Christian Church Columbia Ky MM Ben Ed Rowe Secy N Mrs ZT yiliiams Pres Mrs M Criyens y Pres Family washings and laundry work is different If you want laundry dont include it in family washings there is a diff erencein the price as well as the work TG Rasner 373t C Iis eatimated lhat39594bacres flanted in tobacco in Kentucky year as ganst365446 acres in 19mr an inreo r8pQO acres The reports from some counties are very diecour s thatplaJtfavorabb condition and that they were trog ndbvegr Wi1wel1anclpr mJ- iiSI rdyi Abouthalfthe acre t ale S itJ31lr y t J iii4 R H Price and Selcfcn Beonetf prc relaMdottbeJrott 1ati S R- cuqovr itTburscUiy thefir bj3dn wbMh ii Qonover died e ra1 Jti7 cIt oootiwii itipat 1- 20rcdwoi tf t 1t F V 1 KILLING AT JAMESTOWN Jo Zach Hays of Color Shoots and Kills Theodore Burress a Colored Barber HAYS CLAIMS HE MADE A MISTAKE Apistol shot rang out attKe home of Jo Zach Hays a colored silversmith of Jamestown last Tuesday night and Theodore Burress a colored barber whose shop was at the Holt Hotel fell mortally wounded dying in a few hours There are conflicting statements as to what led to the killing Hays claiming that it was an accident that he was watching fora white man named Julius Gaskin who had threatened to kill kim and his wife and when he fired he thought Burress was the man he was on watch to see Gaskin says that he never had trouble at any time with either Hay or his family and that Jos statement is untrue The reason given t for Burress entering Hays premises he was shot in the yard is that he kept his horse in Joes barn and was there to attend him The wounded man died in Hays house and it is reported here that before dying he exhonorated- his slayer from all blame and asked that he be not prosecuted Jt is further stated that a girl is living at Hays house to whom Burress was engaged and that Hays did not want them to marry This is given as has been told to us and it may not be exactly correct but all the facts will be brought out at the examining trial Since writing the above we learn that Hays was given an examining trial and held in the sum of Que thousand dollars to await the action of the grand jury The Columbia Steam Laundry wants your work It is prepared to give as good service as you can gat any where Send in and be convinced 373t Resolutions of Respect Whereas Death has entered our cir cle and claimed one of our most faith ful consecrated members Mrs Laura Allen and whereas she lived a sweet humble life showing forth the spirit of our Lord and Master and whereas she feared no evil when she passed through the valley of the shadow of death but went forth into the presence of her God rejoicing n the Christian Hope and longing to be in His presence ThererforeBe d That our society has sustained a loss in the death of sister Allen and yet Heaven seems still more dear because she is there Also Be it Resolved That we grieve not but go on with thanksgivingbec- ause she was spared to us so long and because our Blessed Redeemer has made ready for her a room in the House of God eternal in the Heavens and she is now rejoicing in the Realities of the home of the ChristiansSoul Beit furtherResolve4aThat we fo Ibwlisr life of faithfulness and extend our sincere sympathies to her daught era ana commend them the life of their sainted mother as worthy of imitation and trust that itheysweet memories o2 her may help them be true to herGod r and help them find comfort in this hour of sorrow so that they may after awhile meet her in the city of our God We commend also that a copy of these resolutions be published in the Adair County News also a copy tothe sisters By order of the Ladies Aid Society of the Christian Church Columbia Ky Mrs Ben EJd Rowe Sec y Mrs ZT Williams Pres Mrs M CravenSf vVPreSi Bishop T C Carter of the United Brethren Church delivered a very interesting lecture at the Methodist Church last Wednesday evening His lecture was upon the South and the part her prominent men played in the formation of this governmentjand tfie distinction many of them gained upon fields of battle and in navy engage ments He recited history to back him in his statements showing that South ern men were entitled to more credit for the peaceful and prosperous condi tion of this country than men who lived BfshSop was not to r his lecture speaking slowly but those who failed to hear hym mtssed a most entertaining recitation of historical events He was introduced to the audi ence by QvJoJlt Hindman who spoke of the Bishpps powersin entertaining 1TbeJi Monday of last week She jrf about sixtyfive years old wid a victim of consumption VStbUrIhIpf t ii Tv euTM 4RviM tPf t 71 t1OJJ t Birthday Dinner Last Wednesday was the fortyninth anniversary of Rev J R Crawford pastor of the Presbyterian Church this place Mrs Crawford concluded that the event should be duly celebrated and she prepared a most sumptuous dinner to which she invited all the of ficers of the Church tc wit Judge H C Baker Capt WW Bradshaw Dr W B Grissom Messrs John N Mur rell E WReedW P Summers W D Frazer T A Murrell J W Flow ers R K Young J 0 Russell All answered to the invitation except Mr Russell who wap called to Cincinnati The officers concluded a day or two before the appointed hour that it would be proper to remember the pastor in a substantial way and accordingly they made up apurie of fortynine dollars which was presented ina few chosen words by Judge T A Murrell Mr Crawford happily responding Those who were present speak of the dinner in most gloring terms and the occasion as a very delightful gathering Fur Sale One good brood mare and colt Apply to A GowenGradyville Ky V Mr C L Pyle of Hustonvillewas in this office Monday and in conversation we obtained the followi g information which should be used by those who grow tobacco While it is now too late for this season yet when the next crop is ready to plant it sshould be remembered It is this He was asked if tobacco was frenching in k s section and he answered that it was not where it had been planted right but where the old method prevailed in planting frenching was common He stated that the long root should be pinched off before setting and where so treated it would not french This is not hard to do and the experience of those who have tried it demonstrates its worth Remember tb pinch off the long center root when you plant next year Mr Buck Willis submitted to a very serious operation last Monday after n onForseveralyearshehas been afflicted witn hydrocele and an operation qould no longer be deferred It was performed by Dr E A Waggen er assisted by Dr J H Grady and Dr Garlin Grissom It is hoped that the patient will soon recover Mr Paull Acree who lives on the Russell Springs road ten miles from Columbia and Miss Nannie Montgomery a daughter of Mr Nathan Montgomery a grand daughter of Mr T W Montgomery were recently married in Jeffersdnville Ind They returned to this county a week or two ago Mr J C Sims the wellknown tomb n1lchineryfroihis main office is located He will also Campbel1svilleMr work to people of Adair county giving perfect satisfaction He continues to solici the work from this section of the State 344t We are informed that Md Gentry and Miss TobieMbntgohiery daughter of Mr T W TVrontg6meryeloped to tBirdtown Tehrf last week and were married They were at Russell Springs last Saturday on their return home The family washings at the Columbia Steam Laundry is under my supervis ion and 1 see that it is done right The price for such work is 7 cents per pound but must include heavy as well as light work We can not do all light work atthis price Also washings must be 5 pounds or over 373t Mrs Tt G Rasner luaqJeimprovements Valley in the way of varandas etc We are also informed that several residences will be built in that town before tho ending of the 13011 months Eld WB Taylor of Lagrange a native of this county a very prominent minieter in the Chsisti n Church preached an able s ermonh reKoJdj night For the nextten days he will bewithEld1 Williams in a meeting alt Pleasant HilL rt Mr Frank Dohoneywas ja Gcumbui Monday and being asked for the news in hia locality vsaid Nothing but water and deffeiiction Jqtlte Milltown coy Thejufh a JhaJ900e soiBuchdama t only a half crep f8t corawill be raised Di WF Cartwg his cototidwith Sandusky qf m fivMo- uiotaet sn IilLnear UsrsjLd- euce ofRFHYlIn iths work isnoe two tit911 J 1f1t i ft I a c IT LEAKED OUT Mr LB Cain and Miss Alice Mur rell Married Last Sunday iNight A ECRET THAT FAILED TO KEEP MrL B Cain a w l1 known stock dealer of this county and Miss Alice Murrell a daughter of Mr and Mrs Alfred Murrell who live three miles from Columbia were married in this town last Sunday night It was the intention of the contracting parties to withhold the announcement for Several days but a little bird came round and the information was gathered The ceremony was performed by Rev B M Currie Soon after the rites were solemnized the couple drove to the home of the brides parents Mr Cain is an industrious and quite a prosperous young man who has many friends and the bride is one of Adair countys best young women It is a very difficult mat ter to keep a marraige a secret though the ministers mouth be closed and the record laidaway This couple have bright prospects be fore them and we trust that happiness may attend them through life Medical Society Meeting Remember that the 2f tlr a alsesi sion of the Russ 1i J3pjingsr District Medical Society wdl b leldat Russell Springs KYJmlt e h rsday in August 1910 There will ban elaborate program offered on laws of health Sanitation preventatiye4 rnedicine by Drs U L Taylor State Sanitary In spector Wm Blair member of Adair County Board Health L D Hammond councilor 7th medical district of Kentucky R C McGhord councilor of 6th Flanaganahdtor medical student dentist druggist anymore especially the ladies apd gen tl men of every walk of life will be prr sent at the meeting of one of the oldest District Medical Societies in Kentucky J B Scholl Fof Sale On account of removing from the county I offer my home on Lebanon Avenue Campbellsville Ky for sale The house has 6 rooms and bathroom and store room besides 3 large closets Basement under the wholehouse con crete walls and floor People who want to speculate inlands can do just about as well at home as they could in Western States Cast your eye over this county and note the changes in farm owners in the last twelve years and note the advance in prices Farms that sold for 2000 a few years ago have changed hands several times and are now valued at 5 000 and there is a market for them MatB Firquin who many years ago was painter in this tOwn died very suddenly at his late home in Glasgow jast week His wjife had prepared breakfast and when she went to her room to notify her husband found him dead He was sixtysix years old remarkably kindhearted and leaves many friends Ftred Burbridge a colored man who lives in Lebanon was before Commissioner FR Winfrey last Friday He was arrested by Deputy U S Marshal Wise in Cumberland county He is charges with selling liquor in Lebanon in March 1909 He was heldover Several Lebanon witnesses were here arid testified Wanted White Oak Logs write us for prices Will also buy standing tim ber and white and red oak lumber Louisville Planing Mill S Hardwood 35 4t Flooring Co Louisville Ky About twentyfive colored men of this vicinity have organized a lodge of United Brothers of Friendship It is a benevolent order andits teachings if adhered to make men better Columbia Lodge No 00i Free and Accepted Masons will meet in their hall next Friday evening at 745 There will be work ani a full attendance is desired by the Master We have been informed that vCharley Morris who lives near Gpburg a valuable h He on day last W k0t ed by iighthing UL The amph1tietetis rtpvbjB ro7sied and other necesesry4uiprcpemeitEn4 jrt theFair frounif Jerrth w1F bMtapsLa fJMrnWg afthtim10 wa are 11k fad abset thIrty = theb are 3grt fe ds i jf t i z j c i t t MILLIONS LOST Heavy D wnpours Bring Devasta tion in Many Sections of Kentucky WHEAT CORN AND TOBACCO SUFFER We take the following gloomy crop prospects from Sundays Courier Journal The heavy rains have been general throughout the State Not since the season of 1875 has Ken tucky been visited with such an excess ive rainfall as this summer The dam age wrought by rains during the pres ent month will run into the millions The downpours have not been confined generJlllthroughoat ithas fallen every dy during July In addition to the washing of culti vated fields and destruction of bridges and roads the damage to growing crops has been in some instances nearly a total loss The wheat harvest has not only been delayed but in many cases where the wheat has been shocked the grain has begun to sprout and will be totally unfit for threshing it is esti mated that over half the wheat crop has been lost in many localities In the tobacco districts the plants have been washed from the earthand those that had begun to grow are Trenching from the excessive rains Where farmers have been prevented from cultivating their crops on account of the wet weather the weeds have prac tically taken them- Cloudbursts in Nicholas and adjoining counties yesterday brought an esti mated damage of hundreds of thousands of dollars Many persons narrowly escaped drowning while their homes were damaged to such an extent as to make them practically uninhabitable In Mason and Nicholas county steel bridges were washed from their moorings and destroyed In Henderson Union and Webster counties the damage from the rain of yesterday it is reported will run over cropsverecontained valuable appurtenances were washed away The rains of yesterday have caused Statewide devastationand untold losses it is utterly impossible to estimate the damage but reports indicate that if the rains do not oon cease the prospects for growing crops in Kentucky will be very gloomy ADAIR CIRCUIT O RTI John B Cave Plff vs Notice Thos BGrant Admr cDefts Notice is hereby given that I will sit atmyffice in the town of Columbia Kyv on each day Sundays eXcepted from August 1st 1910 until September 1st 191to receive claims against the estate of W D Cave deceased in above styled case and to hear proof of thenijj pursuant toan orderrof the Adair Circuit Court in above styled cased 373t W A Coffey M 0 C C There is no blight like the blight of idleness tis inthe unworkedrddn- that weeds groW It is in the stagnant water that disease germs waken to horrid life It is in the calm that mari ners lose heart and from the spent battlefields pestilence more dreaded ethan the red carnage of war Ennui protractedpeacefas is like a longwinded amiable 1utwat1 eryideaed friend who dropped in toII see us and dribbles platitudes until ery nerve stands out like porcupIne quills and we long for the advent of an enemy Ennui is like being forced to eat meat without salt or to drink tepid water Labor on tKe contrary if it be remunerated labo i isa friend with grit and endurance in his makeup It pomes to us as a wind tyitita the forest and sets all our faculties stirring as the wind ruffles ithe treetops It sal tens up our meat tand spices our drink zSanford the little son of Air and Mrs 1 C Strange accidentally ex ploded the hull of a twentytwo car tridge last Thursday morning a piece of the hull striking him on the log the wound bleeding freely He is only three years pM And he had gothold of a box containing nails arid some small trifles and he was Striking with a hammer first one then another when the tull exploded The accident greatly excited the child and his parents but they were quickly relieved upon learning that the little fellow WM ojily0 slightly hurt 3 I nXereitf jn the coming fair ik crowv irki4 a yery large crowd of people w pelted 1n qolumbs Keep the det before ytiuAugust 23 Qurda1s l t iwfiti imtrl 2 1 i t Goes to Jail IY Saturday night Mr A N W e1J formerly of Junction City but who lately made his homein this city wasf placed in the Boyle county jail for refusing to pay a judgment cbtainedrK ogainst him inthe last term of the Boyle circuit court by Mr C P Minor Jr for libel Mr WeHs is preparing to take the insolvent debtors oath and will have to be incarcerated behind the iron bars for ten days At the expira tion of this period he will go before the county judge and take the insolvent debtors oath and be relieved from the judgment obtained against him Mr Wells was former manager and agent of the Farmers Home Insurance company of Junction City a local and I cooperative fire insurance company The basis of the suit in which the judgment was obtained was a libelous letter written by Mr Wells relative to i Mr Minor who is well known ghfout the county among his numberous friends as Uncle Boss Danville Advox cateJfMr Wells is fairly wellknown ih Adair county having been a regular visitor to Columbia while he was President f the Farmers Home Insurance Company k Notice c f July S 1010 E H Hughes Cashier First National Bank- Columbia Ky i For your information we beg to ad vise that until further notice you may t take in and handle as cash items all jstampedfifty dollars and under These war rants when SQ taken up should be sent as cash items through your regular correspondent for collection and same will be paid upon presentation Very truly H E James Asst Treas Mr J A Caldwell who was born and reared near Milltown this county will graduate from the Western State Normal College Bowling Green next Thursday the 21st Mr Caldwell will g be the first person in Adair county to t receive a life diploma from this institu tion or any other State Normal School J No More Worry About Pumps Call on S F Eubank and get thetlatest uptodate one that will not need to berepaired 344t Judge Roscoe Tarter will speak at the courthouse this Wednesday night in the interest of D C Edwards Ladies invited for Sale Two scondhand two horse wagoty and one one horse wagon All in goocij repair Parson Bros 37 3t Found a small plain gold safety pin Gall at this office Ivs tITkewater at the Fair groundsisTthe finestunthe State 1 J Born to the wife of Edwin Hurtk July 16 a daughter rfv Catalogues for the Columbia Fair aajjfc outdare being sent to exhibitors The wife of Elijah Burton near Esto Russell county died last Thursday t night V Come and hear Weherleys famous band of Louisville four days during the Fair V J Rev B M Currie is assisting Rev J H Rood in a meeting at Cane ValleYI5 this weekiBlackberries and plums wanted at the LindseyWilson Bring Tuesday j Wednesday and day37 2t L Morrison Co have a lot of good S dressed lumber which they will sell be lcw the market price for the next thirj v tydays 354t 0 The corn crop in the Green river and Russell creek bottoms are reported n greatly damaged by the recent heavy rains The catalogues forthe BurkesiIle i Fair are being printed at this office and will ib ready to ship to the Secre tary in a very few days S Vacation is Qn gone In aboutIxtWeeks cAoo wl11 again open ProL Moss us he is looking for t a flattering opening it bheLindHy Witeoa v t All persons deeiring to enter tbec4iumbia High SChOOl imtatf rewerjthedate for ipeei i examination Frfd W and Saturday July 22 and 23 fttc r f BIc1i Hon n Co fA1tard8a very si 1 f ilp at boe1n and coskI it IIh ntm ttQIfU vtlriilwoty and Judj p tI SsSsrat h Ilf tW ifiBr L q s I k a Ig 6tjtf j st t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t t jiJ i tt il 1 t PREMIUM LIST r r iCumberlamd County Fair if yTo e Held At Burkesville August 16thn1ru i L r u Continuing Four Days i tf 7 5W1tl i t FIRST DAY TTJESDAX AOJG ci 3 DEPARTMENTA POULTRY J v LOTNO1Barred Plymouth Rocks1st V J 2nd 1TriI1 ma xle2 00 r 100 LOTNO2 Rhode Island Red- s2Trio JP male and 2 females V OOJ 100 LOTNO3Leghorns l C r i 3Trio Brown male and 2 females v i v 200 100 White male and 2 females Ji 20o 100 i Special by Eastern Produce Co 1 t LOTNO4Buff Orpingtons V r 4 j l 00lJLOTNO5Black Mmorcas s rv a L TTrio male and 2 females f 2OO100 LOTNO6Gamest t 7TTrio male and 2 females R V iJf2too 100 t LOTNO7Ducks r1 8Trio Indian Runner male and 2 females rj200 v 100 9Trio Pekin 1 male and 2 females 2 oo 100 LOTNO8Turkeys i tI0Trio Bronze male and 2 females V 200 1QO DEPARTMENT t S HORTICULTURE f LOTNO9Apples jV iLX11Peckan variety ofihQ9 i tr LOT NIOPears O 42Peckan varietyi lrOO LOTNOI1Peaches f i f t l iI13Peckany variety 100 LOT NO12GrapesJ x1 14Peckany variety 100 hjDEPARTMENT CI i FIELD SEED AND GRAIN LOTNO13Wheat i r i 00ifX16Peck White 2 OO 100 iLOTNO14Oatsjr- vl 7 Peck any variety 200 e 100 CornfrH8 ai HOO 10- 0T912 tV Ears Yellow r 2100j 100 v 20Peck LOTNO 16Rye 1 16o 100 DEPARTMENT IDf l t i J LOT NO17 Tobacco f i21Display Burley i200 loo 22 Display Dark T I00tDEPARTMENTE t i r r VEGETABLES AND MELONS V i tv f LOTNO18Melons frr 1 33Water melons vi lpO t24 =3 Cantaloups A v fit 4100 LOT NO 19 Onions J T IIl rr 25Peckany varietyE100r vf26 7S11W t 27Peck Irish I l fy t x100 LOTNO21Car5bage vif Iq 283 Heads any variety LOOr rI rLOTNO22Tomatoes i i 29 Dozen any variety V i 1200f1tLOTNO23 D lsplayt1 30rDisplay of vegetables and melons j VV 1 AVi i 100- DEPATMENT r f Jt fJ SHEEP f f LOTNo24IndIVldualsI i t 31 Buck lamb any breed C 0 500S32 Buck any age or breed rf t t V 1 tiS OO 250 33 Ewe lambany breed v Tvlvr J5Vt 2 34Ewe any age or breedQr500 t 2i50 535To LOT NO 25 Flock W j consist of Buck and 3 Ewes any age mushJ r ryebe500- NOON r l Jiff f DEPARTMENTG M iSWINE v lOTNO26Poland Chinas Individuaisl r vlfKl t f 36Boar any age r l5QQ jj2- f 37 Sowany age u v i v jSOp 250 LOTNO 27DurocJerseys Individualst 250l39i LOTNO 28sa y J f 40r Jfejfej Jh OQv 2- 50 X41Sow any age S Vvc vv r SOO 250 3 V tt 1frPigs42Sow r 750 x 250- r LOTidf7 j jrt- fi43lrTo consist of 1 boar and 3 sows any breed f t Must be gk 5 O LOTNO34ys iWfk Berland County only Sji0 Zt y u1i1 1 i r t 44MileH eais2 best in 3 30 tat 10fh t 500 frr LOT N0 32MUl leRace s l1i rir ij 4One Half mile JJthosts 50 200t trDEPARTMENTH- MfJf 1tr LOTNO33Riding Ring j b rit J t 7017 Jt1K 6 Bes t and most Graceful txl rider under 13Years 5 OO t L oifIot 11 J t f V f iiCost11- i 1110 o fti j1f1l Vfr4jf t d d tt d r I h tJ tf ltti v J tl I1htttIII f rHt t r 1V I i d i J 41 Mare Gelding 100Qr fJor any age LOTNO35Roadsters SXJ i i 48To be judged by their speed manners conformation f N Ct fc finish soundness durability gait and sty Ieo f gol g nf 1 v 101 it jStallion any age 5 f v gsOQ i LOTNO36Brood Mare and Coltr 49 Mare to be shown under saddle andcolt to halter r J i Mare to count 50 per cent andcolt 50 per cent1t 1t 1010- 0LOTNO37Turaout lViR 50 Fanciest Double turnout eyeryrhing consideredx1000 iv SECOND DAYz WE SDAYA 17r arDEPARTMENTL i LOT NO38Mules Individuals kJ 2n- d51Mare mule under year old i Z50 250 2 Mare mule 1 year and under 2 jo rit 750 250 53Mare mule 2 years and under 3n v t i j Ij 750 250- 54Mare mule 4 years andover 750 250 55Horse mule under 1 year old i i 750 250- 56Horse mule 1 year and under 2 f ff 750 250 57 Horse mule 2 years and under 3 f i0 i Z59 250- 58Horse mule 4 years and over 4rt k X750a 250 iLOTNO39Mare and Mule Colt V I 59Mare and Mule colt y 750 250 DEPARTMENT J r yra k LOTNO40Colts Individuals j A ifi 60 Mare cot under 1 ea- r61Horse filV 1500 colt under 1 year i 500Y- 62Coltt y either sex 1 year and under 2 750 250 LOTNO41Five gaited saddle horsesK r 63To be judged by their soundness conformation man ner finish action and unless under 3 years old must have five distinct gaits as required by the Ameri can Saddle Horse Breeders Association that is first walk 2nd trot 3rd rack 4th canter 5th 1 running walk fox trot or slow pace Decked f tthorses not eligible to compete in this class l i L Mare or Gelding 2 years and under 3 700 j 300 64Mare or Gelding 3 years and under 4 1000 500- T ILOTNO42Harness Horses 65 Ta eijudged bytheir conformation finish style qual l annex soundness aU round action general 4 A 1 t bTty for harness and the manner in which flSy are shod and bitted ExcessIVe pace 1 v and actipn not essential Decked horses not eli= Ws gibl f to compete in this class y Pair mares or geldings any age 1000 5Q- Oi66Mareor Gelding any age For Cumberland Co only 1000 500- 67Stallion 3 years and under 4 1000 500- 68Mare or Gelding 3 years and under 4 1 1000 500 DEPARTMENT CATTLE lOT NO4 Jerseys Individuals V 69Bull any age 1000 5001 70Bullunder 1 500 2QO- i71Cow year v any age f vs iv 1000 500 72Cow and Heifer calf W j 500 200 73Cow 2 years and under 3li vi 7 7501 250- 74Heifer under 1 year y 500 200- 75Heifer 1 year and under 2 2f I J v 750 200 LOTNO44Herd V J 76To consist of 1 bull and 3 cows of heifers i tl r L Must be registered f x1500 500- NOONny itI2y 6i 5 ILOT N94 Plug running Racieiv V J tiy 77Mile Heats 2 best in 33 to startt a if ti 1000 500 LOTNO46Mule Racer78MiIeHeats2 best in 3 3 to startx500 250 LOINO47t Beef Cattle individuals 79Bullany ager t 1000 500 80 Bull 2 years and under 3 1000 500 81Bull 1 year and under 2 j iooo 500 82Cowany age yv v 1000 smoI 83Cow 3years and undr4 1000 500 84Cow 2 years and under 3 iT L 1000 5 00- 185CowIyear and under2- pi J 1000 500 UDTNO S Wilriqalf f 86 Cow and Bull calf v v v 10001 5001 j 87Cow and Heifer calf 1000 500t LOTNO49Herd 88To fconsist of 1 bull and 3 cows or heifers l J j Must be registered 7 VCV 50Oi Y J 5j0t LOTNO50Apple Race I il t t J 897A number ofapples will be placed in a row foreachV S 1icontestant and he must start from the endof the r cf r row and pile all the apples in his row in one pilerend from which he starts bringing one apple only iteach trip The one getting his row of apples vm i + the pile first secures firstpremium and the last one i jf i secures 2nd premium v 2 QQ fhO f W LOTNO51Best lady ride- r90The i i t best rider v eo f 1i 5f00 LOTNO5 Combbed harness arid five I 1tgaited saddle horse i t9 =Must be driven and then ridden will be judgedv 3 i when driven by the cons leraticns govemmg 9 Jj llharness horses and when riving qualitiess to i 1 Atj count 50 per cent and riding qualities to co Co J i eri v 50 per cent t Maredr Gelding any age 25004r s THIRD DAY1 tl v1 r t r TIIURnDAY AUOO la i eFX t4ii l1 aDEPARTMENTL a y j a f JACKS AND JENNETTS j1 ft rdt i LOT NO53 lcks J a192 Jackan r aget li 10 00 d J t93dac94 JCk ears andunder 3 f rjt H y Z4rtI J J v II 95Jack udder year 10i00- hLOTNO 54Jenisettsi fff l i t 96Jennett3 yem and under 4 t E r LtjJk745Ch X50 97 J tenneLOTNO55Ms9S c tzr t i iP iiJ D- rin t F i7 s14u t eoe J Iiliiil TiTC a k Jof7t= 1 iiit u iI yp t 0 iJ 1 ri f i f lji i i j 3 j J1 r t t i JOOM Mules rare any age v t 1000t101Horse Muleanyage r fj rvX1000 tiSII DEPARTMENT M t lJ LOTNO57Hrness Hrses jf l02 Conditions same as lotrno42 gI03LOT NO58Colts OndiyidualsV 1104Stallion year andunder 2 X t To be shown to halter f JU lIOOQ LOTNO59Runabout horsesVv iT tU 5iTheyshouldstand quietly backreadiIyJlve goadkr t manners and not over 15i hands high to fbe Jidriven to a runabout v f 3 Mare or Gelding any age vV v- 1000Ii 1tregIsteredL NOON j V LOTN060Plug race for Cumberland only V i ifili106 Mile heats 2 lestn 3 3 to start w 00 500 f LOTNO61 Mule race for Cumberlaml 4 J V Co only v iit i 107 MQe heats 2 best in 3 3 to start 4 5 0 250 Condition same as lotno41 i r V rxv LOTNO62Saddle Horses A f r if 108Stallion 3 years and under 4 i i 109 Stallion 4 years andover ft 11000 T 500 LOTNO63Roadsters S A t 4Condition same as lotno35k r JT 110 Mare or Gelding 3 years and under 4 mi j500r 10i 00 LOT NO64Walking Ring t j fs Ill Walking tallion Mare or Geldingti fi mOL0i Iis 0Q LOTNO65Hamess Horses t B i V Condition same as lot no42 12 Stallion 4 years andover v ptOO r LOTNO 66Riding Ring fJ ij113Most graceful lady riderayyr10005 500i LOTNO67Sweepstake SaddleHq vr t s Condition same as Iotno41 sil 114 Stallion Mare or Gelding any age10000 60 per cent to first 25 per cent to 2ndi15 per cent to 3rdAkFO-URTH 5 v v DJ9LTrKV XiFOURTH DAY ATJO 10 tQLV LOT NO 68 Colts Individuals f4 7lM 7 2nd 115Colt either sex under 1 year V 5ZOO 3100 116 Mare colt 1 year and under 2 v f 700 300 LOTNO69 Mare and Colt r t I7To be shown to halter mare to count 50 per cent i V Vt and colt SO per cent F7QQ QQ LOTNO70Harness Horses k H lCondition same as lotno42 00014jLOTNO71 1Roadsters J ifCondition same as lotno35Y i g f 120Stallion mare or gelding any ag e x i 2500- LOTNO72Combined Horses iivAji For Cumberland County Only 121 Stallion mare or gelding any age uOQO 500 LOTNO73Fine Horses t p 122Finest Stallion mare or gelding any age Shown to 5 hand 2500 LOTNO74Plantation Saddle Horse SC Gates to be considered running walk and canter t 123Mare or gelding any age X100- 0LOTN075Ladies Hitching Racerr 124Lady who can bridle harness hitch correctly and i drive away first The buggy and harness to be 7r d on the track and the horse to be brought to her 3dsSpecial by Gen P Taylor Co h 509300 200 NOON 5 IJDTNO76 Plug Running Race I v Ist 2nd 125 Mile Heats 2 best in 3 3 to start 1Q 00 500- LOTNO77Mule Race tJ26Mile Heats 2 best in 3 3 to start t5lOO 2 50 LOTNO78Saddle Horses r V Condition same as lotno41 127 Gelding 4 years andover fv 1500 128Stallion 2 years and under 3 vi 100- 0LOTNO79Largeat Family 1k 129Man having largest family of children av500 pair- mensshoes tSff V sr 3J e heJSpecial by Haynes Henson Shoe Co Knoxa rr r ti vile lenn t lfrF W v LOTNO80 Harness Homess VK Condition same as lotno42 i ttf ljoi f 130Double team regardless ofsex color or ownership 2000 1 r LOT NO81rRockaway Horses A ipf 131rTb be judged by their soundness mannerii action and Vs T general ability to draw weight Theyshouldpd f it quietly 1ck readily high action required r ljp Mare or any age n iJQqo f vpt Special by RT Baker Farmer merchant lum k 1 ferV man dealer and breeder offine poultry duroc 4 jersey hogs Bourbon Kmghrsesand registered 7JrJi hereford cattle a specialty r tIPil LOI I O82 Combined Harness and Gaitef r Q i S Saddle Horses 4i W N tfJto i ICon hbOn same as Iptnoio4 yF tJi32itallion any ages r pr U J v t Mjitij LOTN0833 Gaited Saddle Horses i fn 433To be judged bY thetfquftl aYTfinishtil K J 11 soundness mannersand action whichF shall bA rPrr Gaits walks trot and canter V f 1aiI JIaUIOn rqareor g 1Ilg any tosiowr 2500 t t LO rNO8ic ofRjLerst L J f JrttrJ nLa 36- iIf f i IK iffi1 J 1i11 01 geyt t 160c ntt lltZPerCefttt 2nd x t ruper cent1 t0cM JIt w d f t 1f y tJQ9l tfi f Zj nlL = I7jr ti1f1 r TT1W i Df httbt ry r IJjIJ vThI T i V i4 4ttc 2f c L1 4 I I ThE ADAIR GOU aY NEWS 3 Jit t M N Time Card In effect Qci1lY Dec3119G8 N SOUTH BOUND IUI LV LOUISVILLE AlULEBANON- 7V tI No 2 u 700 am 942am 1W9 23 ii815am 1004am i rlt 79 505im 740j I iSOOpm 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loaf of yeast light bread t f fe 100 19Best loafof salt rising light bread sJ f 1 00 20Best chocolate pie j ic v v LOO 21Best chess pie v Jf r Wi 100 2ZBest lemon pie r 100 23Best cream pie vr i 100 24Best cherry pie V U i r 100 25Best cocoanut pie J It v v r 100 26Best boiled ham d v 4 irk 200 27Best 3 pound cake butter i + Sf y H v 2 50 28 Best plate of beaten biscuit t V 1 V 100 Largest and finest collection in department Nvj V owned by onelady v 4 Cooking Stove Ji n fl fJJUOO V Special by Gray Dudley HardwareiCo r Nashv lIe Tenn t LOTNO88LADIES FANCY WORK d DEPARTMENT 0 V 29Best battenberg centerpiece V 150 30Best embroidred centerpiece V i 150 31Best hand made corset cover lrL 7 00- 32Best piece of drawn work of any lund + V 100 33Best crochet pillow J LOO 34Best fancy work by lady over 75 years u 300 34Best point lace handkerchief d LOO 35Best French embroidery handkerchief i rv 100 36Best drawn work ra v LOO 37Best sofa pillow any kind Jg 1X0 38Best dresser scarf any kind y v x 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104 days Burkesyille August 164 days Lawrenceburg Aug164 days Shepherdsville Aug 173 days Brodhead Aug 173 days Ewing August 174 days London August 234 days Shelbyville August 234 days Columbia August 234 days Liberty Aug 243 days Elizabethtpwn Aug24 3 days Erlanger Aug 244 days Bardstown Aug 304 days Frankfort Aug 304 days Nicholasville Aug 303 days Fern Creek Aug 304 days Hardenburg Aug 303 days Barboursville Aug 313 days Florence Sept 13 days Hodgenville Sept 63 days Monticello Sept 63 days Glasgow Sept 284 days Kentucky State Fair Louis yule Sept 126 days Paris Sept 65 days TriCounty Fair Sanders Sept 74 days Mayfield Sept 74 days Falmouth Sept 284 days Columbia District Fourth Round Mannsville Mannsville Aug 2021 Campbeilsville Sta Aug 210 22 Columbia and Tabor Tabor Aug 2728 Cane Valley Milltown Aug 2829 I Spurlington andEarly Union Ridge Sept 34 West Tompkirisville Sept 1C 11 Temple Hill Sept 1314- Tompkinsville Sept 1718 1 radyville Pleasant Ridge s E2425 T L HulsePE- f Work 24 Hours H Day The busiest little thing Ver made are I r Kings New Life Pills Every pill is a sugar coated globule of health that changes weakness into strength lang uor into energy brainfag into mental power curing Constipation Headache Chills Dyspepsia Malaria 25c at Paull Drug Co Your Attention Please I Every Sunday School in Adair Coun ty come or send delegates to the County ConYentidn at the Fair Grounds in Columbia on Saturday July 23rd 1910 Good speakers have been invited and are expected to be present Good Speaking Good Music Dinner on the ground Come with your has ketswellfilleij arid expect a genuine good time pont fail to B nd a lfport of your school to J W Turner the Secretary orior before the day of i5ory otibtt if you should fait fcome ypursfejfc j Rinfre Pres IQilie Taylor VIGO Pres- J Turner Secretary Thie25l0 rd FerStle t biht cY ixei14YiDJ from the cnt oer OR Awlus Obyil1e K Ji fir Ts lsS fiM 6 reams slid bad x0Rl at1ftOJ8 lVJIItJ RIIZ1I 1 1te1 tIj gtcfo t l =i 1- r p r Our June Clearance Sale I1 tcOfRugs Intense Interest sjJf Will be sold at a Great Sacrifice Do not Fail I vtp visit our Big Store if you are in need of Flooroverings or Pretty Hangings Ifor your Doors and Windows J Hiibbuch Bros r I 522 524 w Market WellendotffI Louisville KntucKy LSXSSXS xSXSi5X5S A Good Farm For Sale Cheap Two Hundred Acres of Land ina good neighborhood near two Churches School and Postoffice eight miles from Columbia and ten miles from Greensburg On this farm is near ly enough timber to pay for it mostly white oak which has never been culled The finest White Burley land in this section Apply to L It Cabell Miami Kentucky +H WffRAN o CORCORAN t HipGrade t Marble Granite jr eterrork See US before Aef yoa buy r 4 Represented by C G JEFFRIES in this and adjoining counties 4 Main Street Lebanon Ky The first floor is hardwood finish up stairs finished white Porcelean bath tub lavatory and watercloset in bath room and porcelean sink in kitchen hot and cold water on both floors Com pressed air tank in basement gives good water pressure furnace warms whole house by hot air system Grate and cabinet mantel in recep tion hall built in china closet in dining room and large cupboards in kitchen never failing well of fine drinking water and large cistern Electric lights in every room and basement Large barn and plenty of garden 165 feet front on street with good set of grass on lawnAn home with all the comforts of city and country combined 362t W D Newberry Allen Perkins a tinner touch ed a live telegraph wire Satur day at Lexington and sustained fatal injuries Free Dyspepsia Sample Sufferers from indigestion are wak tltatpeppermintlozenges cures are only makeshifts in the cure of so troublesome a complaint as chronic indigestion What Is required Is something that will not only relieve but dIgstIvapparatusnd this these simple remedies cannot do There is something more to the cure thebreathtains digestive Ingredlehts will not cure Indigestionis wotidweilaSyrupa ora century Iaxativeconatipationcornplalatsand tone the stomach and bowel muscle tatutaIlyFanrileStuart m1lcosvintiedonlytempcwryDr CaIdwella offer ot a free sample hot tie whip he willIngly aends to anyone IterhavingPepeinof a bOttle pleaedto tothealetterrwc qw Ior eltM reaiut th =iOtCti 4 TOE LOUISVILLE TIMESi i fOR 191O BRIGUTER BETTER IBIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OfiTHE LOUISVILLE TIMES lis 500 A YEAR 1 IF YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER f TO US YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS f ANa TIlE LOUiSViLEEf TIMES v BOTH ONE YEAR v i FOR ONLY 45fe t THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper priIitedt anywhere Has thebest corps4 of corfes fi pondentsS rv C Coverjs the Kentucky field perf fectly i Covers the general sfieffi4 completely Has the let anJ fullest niMp kets reports f v t- I DEMOcRATIC in politics but t fair toeverybody rsENDYOURSUBSCKIR iI 1 IHOfRttmu r AW- jTO V ri THIP42Enot lS1l I r f 11JT rI t Ikt- rr r t yn a r rbutr y t rA MR ODUKTY NEWSr J published Every Wednesdar BY TBE jlair County News Company INCORPORATED r JCHASrand adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Pbsto ice as sec Vond class mail patter QlffwED JULYl 20 1nO- j v It is believed that August Hopke the defaulting cashier of the fidelity Trust Co Louisville y ywill confess his guilt Experts are not through with the investi gation but it is believed the 4l shortage will reach nearly a mil lion dollars Col Roosevelt has announced v the itineraries of the speaking tours he is to make late this sum mer and fall The Western trip will begin August 25 and will tend September 11 The South- erni trip will extend from Octob er 6 to October 11 No further invitations will be considered We have not seen a published report of the proceedings of theImeeting of the Republican mittee of this Congressional district which met at Corbin last iSaturday adjourned and held its meeting at Williamsburg We understand tha t the committee voterrland also named the amount each candidate for Congress would ohave to put up for the primary + to be held September 15 J The managers of the Kentucky Advocate Danville enterrrising men arid have ceased to publish triweekly and itsteadI are giving its readers The new Venture started Mon day of last week and each issue up to this date has been full of Interesting happenings ThE Ad pressI3irt service and is in a position to get metroi3Mxpolitaih papers It is backed by ability and energy and it should succeed ir SMrJas Garnett who attend edrthe meeting of the State Bart Association Middlesboro last week reports that it was a most gathrI1ngof the Commonwealth being r pI resented Mr C W Metcalf was master of ceremonies and Vseveral very eloquent addresses were delivered The banquet was a magnificent affair and theI hospitality of the Queen all that the visiting attorneys could have possibly expected These meetings are held for mul tual benefit to exchange timerj J Herbert Ather ton Mayor of Newark 0 resigned his office last Thursday in response to the pressure of friends and his wasZthat it was hoped thereby to save iheicitiy the disgrace of an i investigation following the lynch ring of Carl tnt rlngton18st werert d made by dIrection pf 3fi MeAn 1reje who is now Mayor Carl t feviEtneringtoi wmp aY Washington entuckaY and lfe was t t to death Sri ttt lius1IJll fJ 1rii1 c t rillwf ott J i I r I t fi Jf1 tit J t f I It is sfwenfknowll fact that- the Republican party in The NationaljljCongress is divided and that an insurgent Republi can is in reality contending for the same legislation for the same principles for which the Demo crats have been contending for many years This being true they are Democrats but refuse to get under the banner of Demo cracy but choose the name of Progressive Republicans Sooner or later formalities and names will not be so charming and the real genuine revisionist will be allied with the party that be lieves in Tariff for Revenue only commonticitizens Jof this county and the small and varied interests as well by a high Etax is now So plain that even many of the standpat Republicans have lost their zeal for protection Protection that fails to protect the great bulk of people is ajjburden not a bless ingjan injustice To linger longer with a party that makes you pay all your surplus to gigan tic corporations through high prices maintained by a federal tax is a mistake and a few fleet years will prove it s continuedrrain K IlVlcaused many to fear the de struction of wheat oats and grass while some of our farmer friends are fearing a severe drouth will follow True we have had an unuasual amount of rain and some damage to grain and grasslhas resulted but not to the extent of an alarming condi tion That the sun will shine and showers come we have not aI indusI1triousIY fear the harvest There is a rainy day for allacloudy day that threatens but sunshine fol fearsIareThis part of the country has never been ruined by water nor devastated by hot winds and drouth Keep doing your duty and all will bewell with you Tarter 2 v r We are having plenty of rain- and the farmers are anxious to see il few sunshiny days come so they can finish working their corn and stack their wheat Old aunt Lizzie Wheat has been on the sick list for a few days but is some better at ttiis writing v Our merchant P M RobertsIe was Campbelisville last Mon day on business Mrs Frank Shepherd and Stella Shepherd were visitingat nightISprings Thursday on business T W Wheat lost a valuable brood mare last week by belngI kicked and had its leg Mr Luther Aaron left last week for Indiana The prospect for corn in this community is extra good Mr John Gentry left last week for Illinbjsitd make dthis home t f Mr J6 White is progressing nicely with his school at Aliens house He has 30 enrolled arid more continually coming in This is Mr White third term attliisi place in successionr Rev Pennycuff Ifilleidihia reguJ lar appointment at Mt Olive last Sunday with a goodjcrowd in attendance Mr Josiah Foley who was brought away from the asylum by his father is some better but not entirely wellCs Mr Lawrence Bricken of Ella I was here last week looking after- his wheat crop he had sown here Os Bowman of Liberty was here las week on business a John Tarter is suffering very badly with a rizing on his hand Russell Springst r ii t Mrs Fields of Missouri Jisl visiting her mother Mrs Gyfus Grider s Mr Richard Hadleys brother from Texas arrived here today Mr Harman Powell who has been very sick for some time died Friday morning Mr George LKimble is in 6m cinnati on business 1 Hon Bryant Stone Moriji celltthe Winfrey Hotel last week Vl Mr Avery Stephens and Mr iSiSaturday Mrs Robert Ingram returnee Monday from Williamsto h t where she has been visiting for several weeks Miss Lillie Clayton has been f or visiting in Rockhouse Bottom Dr S J Simmons left Tuesday for Gradyville where he will practice medicine with Dr Nell Miss Tina Ha n spassed through here this week ehroiite to St Louis She was accompanied to Danville by her sister Nell Miss Pearl Lovelace Somerset is visiting here this week iQuite a number of boarders at the Winfrey house this week from various places to use the tf fine water f r Miss Hattie Antle and liiician Brock attended services at Oak Grove Sunday Dr Tarter was here one day last week Misses Margie and GolsieGra haw are spending a week with their aunt Mrs Payne at Sewell tonMisses Eliza and Carrie Phelps of Jamestown were shopping here Friday Dr Elam Harris WaS at Jamestown Fridaynight on business Rowes X RoadS Miss Lenie McElroy is on the sick list this week Ambrose Cundifi is bad sick with dropsy Miss Citty May Taylor has been visiting at John Turners several days and talgin in the li E3FE34 E3E f E EEOONT BLAME THE llENlJI When you get bbl eggs for thee good When she htid them r You can examine InarDcejarrf Udyeu 4ti 1Ibf but after llMint it but tode nd ki ttiM 1Lk oaxno t a1ltheHoA11Jt tt 4r y tlir r r 1 trMURRYfl tUi VY t f IJ S = rffloJ jn u t Q i Ari IO 0 1 t i it f i ti ct flr r i h i 1 a IMio Cfl i 1JJo LYfr 1e 1l 1r 1I Ir k ft fI II tltr t i y air a JJ it rYly fr a- iI iti 1 1 iqfyr + 3 1 re i h Ja lti t Iti 1yet J1f t J r SJ rit raer Gfi ft f i t i t riyyy J t rhtd14ytiFti r tt k Columbus Wagonst ft jq cc i2t jr If you want a good lIght running farm wagon let p ti self you a Columbus tb We have one here that we will gladly show Sou ti l 5 The light runninJ feature of the Columbus is one of itsA r t excellent points i You know that horseflesh costs moneyt jtt A Columbus wagon is so lightt running that this feature 1 htrg is favorably commented upon everywhere t r 1 T iwheels the gears and boxes are made of hood u 1 t1materIaland properly IronedJ crr l J j This excellent construction enables them to withstand f4 f 5Ji rthe severe usage encountered on the farm 1 ikColumbus wagons are so well built in fact that after t r years of service a farmer still has good words for his 3 Columbus wagon Callonus at once 4 i 1 If you are not in need or a wagon at present it will pay lyou to investigate the Columbus and be ready when the j Ir c atimecomes j L t i Reed tlardtwucA = = Columbia lyiifi i7 zr t r 1 Columbia FaIr-t Jr X J August 234 Days it J r An Attractive Premium List i t t t J it EXCITING RACES AND I 1 1 st i INTERESTING RINGSsf i t Jl t i if 0I 0 f l A Louisville Band of rIusit UNDERTAKERS We are prepared To Furnish Undertakers Gpo arid Embalms I iy t Can or Write Us J TMCHAUMI M GOf PELiSYILLECAM o Carter meeting tOak Grove y a Qh What a ptimejit justthe rairai ateaort corncoI i1i ahtheheat t6nt tba s k Web e11ad bi 8 t hex t4t brad jifhllt1i8 its t3L 4tij 1 f 11 ir Tbe daY at QIk e 411 L t Give us a trial We Guaranteed Pleaseyou ltf s Table supplied With the Best the Market Affordsk if Ij f i VY f Teals 35c 4 2MILLE NI HOOSiIM D MILLEN CO Proprs r Locatedon Railroad St one square east of L N Station t vv v i C Lebanon Kentiifckv ffc two weeks a O1jas a success in i6ryWAY vThe crowd wirf large the order was good and the young ladies a4 1cliildrcn a dtlvery nicely t 1 1 ki i larioJt H dim LamJrf IADW t aM f J l Ja GG Yy 10th He had only been gone a xifewe My brother at the Springs is n6btter ni ti o Qf arihis9ru J- tshp q IIIIL s ealook Liil LMo J 4CI T viiyiBiiW i 4 1T ii1ii IJI 0 I TSE ABATE COUNTY NEWS I t t 1 PERSONAL t Mr Fred SIcLean has returnecfcfrpm Liberty r I f fa Mr TylerMirshaliwas here the first of the week f Prof andMrsP D Neilsonare vis iting in Tennessee Mrs L CHurt is spending a few weeks in Louisville Miss May Moffett of Lebanon is jf visiting Miss Vic Hughes j Miss Mattie flowers Russellviile is visiting Miss JLorena Pile Mr WO Stephens of Hopkins ville was here last Friday Mr A G Norris wasp here from Louisville one day last week Miss Jesse Taylor MOIlJp lier wa shopping in Columbia Monday IMiss Mary Turk of Clinton My is a guest of Mrs Geo F Stults Mr Charles M Barnett met Mrs Barnett here Monday afternoon Mr Mat Heizer Campbellsville was here a day or two of last week Miss Louise Monroe of Shepherds ville is visiting Miss Ruth Paull Mr VR E Lloyd was in Columbia Monday on his return trip to Qklaho ma Mr John H Turk Barren county Is visiting relatives and friends in Colum bia V Miss Harvey Vanarsdale of Spring field is visiting her sister Mrs Hugh Noe Prof R R Moss wife and little daughter Mary Maxine are visiting ir Hart county Mr A B GowdyCampbellsville 1s spending a fewdays with relatives ir Columbia Mr Jas F Montgomery was in Jamestown on professional business last week Miss Lena Patteson of Campbells villeis visiting her sister Mrs Jo Coffey Jr jFi1rlrWilliams of Bur svillewere here as few days ago J Mrs J V White was taken seriously ill one day last week but she recov ered in a few hours Mrs Mary Fulks who visited rela tires in Columbia left for her home in Louisville a few days ago Mrs Nannie Scalf of Louisville ar riyed last week and is visiting her brother Mr R H Price Judge J H Thomas editor of the Lebanon Falcon was here Friday for a few hours on special business Mr Wm Butler has very much im proved and it is now believedvthat there is a good chance for his recovery Mr Geo W Staples who is an at tsndant at Hopkinsville Asylum came home on a visit last Wednesday Mrs Mary T Harvey will leave this morning on an extended visit to her t sons who reside in Denver Colorado Miss Lena Todd who is teaching at Bearwallow came home and is now confined to h rroomChilJing1 MrW D King arrived Monday ajthreMr CL Pyle and wife of near Hustoriville are visiting Mrs Pyles parents Mr and Mrs J S Breeding Eld M F Harmon of Jackson Miss is spending a week or two at the home of his parents his mother being quite sick Mesdames Mary Caldwell and Emily Burton and Miss Mollie Caldwell have been spending a few days with rela tives out of town Mrs Mattie Vardermah mother of Mrs James Garnett who visited here several weeks left for her home Mar shall Mo last Friday Miss Elmer Page of Texas Daughter of Mr and Mrs W S Page is visiting her relatives in Columbia stopping at the home of Mr JT Pager Mr emBanks who spent several weeks at Sand Lick Spring returned h me last Thursday He says that the water greatly benefitted him Mr JIC Walker a former pitmen of Gradyville but now a resident of Bradfordsville is visiting his relatives and many friends in Adair county irJ G Baker of Louisville a traveling salesman arrivedin Columbia Sunday nilitdd eltaHHjh Hhe dquar ters at the Columbia Hotel His wife accompanied him r Mrs W J3Rowewhoisbengtr t t4ed in this tOWj a trained nurbeingv- ithI heri ife rtpprted as getting alpng vf ri ttlttW i much better thn came Columbia Rev S G Slilly and i ife 41 vile stoppdot in Cohwilia onAei return from A1y home ir Sbell rportsd tht hi fud bim k1iiupeopi DJ II JMitJ I ti 1b J I pleisure 6f seeing Jl 1r6thr hot resides in Texas whom he hadrjot met f for two years MrWF Nunnelly Horse Cave made his regular trip to Columbi last week He was accompanied by his step daughter Miss Bessie Mustaine who stopped with Miss Lorena Pile Mr Attis McFarland county court clerk of Russell was here from Satur day until Tuesday when he lefton thirty days trip to Kansas andOkahomo He was companied by Mr RE Lloyd Mr J T Carson and Mrs J Baugh arrived from Jamestown las Friday afternoon Mr Carson left Saturday morning for Louisville Mrs Baugh will visit relatives here several days Judge N H Moss accompanied his daughter Miss Ora to Greenspurg last Saturday On his return his daughter IIIilhim u C G Hopkins of Bes emerAla IMr Mrs Hopkins here spending a forming many acquaintances They left last Sunday morning for their home via of Louisville andVCin cinnati Addition 1 Locals PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY W H C Sandidge Ebinezer F oJ Barger Glenville Z T Williams Columbia c R Crawfhrd Columbia t IIJ A Johnston Pleasant Ridge H Rood Clear Spring Levi Union chapel iiwJ Mt Hope Currie Tabor SP Stapp Liberty ljTE Ennis Grtensb rg Cave Gradyville iC FOXES WANTED tTaii QroFoxes2OOto 250 juii is5Oto lOO bor75to 125 Autl Express V fefcnd name of your enrcsofficein his letter Tv w W T HODGEN vll1 Box 232 i Carapbellsville Ky lOUISVILLE MARKETS Latest Quotations on LiveS Stock r A CATTJ EIShipping steer 675725 Beef steers 350600 Fat heifers aridcowsto 4 00625 25Q3751Canners Bulls 200425 Feeders u 400525 Stockers275J5O1Choice Common to fair cows 15003500 HOGS fICh iet5Jto 2OL 1 Ii 9 o MedIUms 130 to 165 u t 92 5 Pigs S25 Roughs 800 45SSHEEP ANDLAMBS v fEast iambs l 750800 ffi i 550650 fatsheep r 400550 tti GRAIN Wheat I t 12k Corny i jv ji iJOO Local Market J The follovingjsthe Local Market given by S H Grinstead Co tday Eggs v 12 Hens 10 Chickensj j i 12 cocks 4 Turkeys rff i4U S 6 to8 Geese frtr v 4 Ducks rVv- u v 6 Wool clear r 20 to 22 WboHwashed Jfrtr to30 Hides greeni 6 to 7 Hides dry 1H 2i5tb 1S Feathers i v 35 to 40 Ginseng S 5 to 5 75 Beeswax 25th 28 Commissioners Sale r I ADAIR CIRCUIT CpURT KENTUCKY tJ08ia1ByVirtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court render ea at the May Term hereof1910jln f1ferColumbia Kyf to the highest bidder at Public Auction onxMohdayi the lit piiupon a credit of six month the follow inc described property tOKwit Two intrabof land which gthraa1krm one tract and ot the wters of Sulphur Fork ot s Rus4f crMk bOunded and iibedu foli WW bi It hainn at tJMils mtd to Wtkr- hw2Y i t c pc bw i fn 4 j twQDltick ks thooceNi68tW27 pole to a poplarthonce N86 W 236 poles to a stake passing a popjar nd Black Gum at 230 poles marked as corner trees thence S 28 E 147 pores r leaving a marked line at 5 poles to the left hand to the beginning excluding i b undry supposed to contaiij l ivajcres where the abpve boundary laps over ali otherIbpIj above described survey and runs straight with the west line of same to the Som iersetroad thence with the fneadersof road until it intersects the east line of Cravens survey thence back to a gum corner with said line in the south line of Grimes survey For the puircease price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal in terest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidd rswill be prepared to comply promptly with these terms WA Coffey Master Commissioner Continued faom 4th page Bishop Garter was on tiipe but he w ssickwhenhe got here He held his Saturday services gave his great lecture on Ameri canism of the South Sunday came but the Bishop was so sick he could not sit up all day He was in the hands of Mr Bill Cook one that did alL he could for the Bishop Monday morn ing came and found him much better Today July 10th the corner stone for the new church was put down In it Vas placed a new Testament U B Church Discipline S S Liturature The Adair County News a block of the old house of 1858 and 26 names of the first class of 1858 Thomas Hadley J1Vr Turner tA R Blakey J J Turner and Oliver Hadley are the present board of Trustees Anyone reading these lines wishing to help us on this house of God we would be so glad to get just any amount Send to Thomas Had Jey EstoKy I x Holmes There is a great deal of sick ness in this community fEnest the little son of Mr an Mrs Randal Rice has been quite sick but is thought to be better at this writing Mrs Lucy Beard has been on the sick list rA small child about two months oldof Mr and Mrs Albert Bault of this place died and was buried at Mt Carmel church yardon the 2nd of July J The school at this place begun oh the first Monday in July with Mr JVfontie Biggs as teacher The attendance was rather small the first week owing to parents being so busy they could not spare their children just yet Mrs S H Jones is on the sick list this week Mr and Mrs GrH Humph ress visited Mr arid l1ls J G Bault Sunday b fV B H Jones made a trip to Purdy last week v Ethely Overs treej spent Satur day night with his cousin Jimmie Foster of this place Misses Lue Ella and Alijcsie Bault visited their gncle CM Bault and family near Knifley Saturday night and Sunday ofWilLCorlyla onhas been visitin relatives at Knifley sereral days Quite a niim S otpeelef tear tHis plj to One Valley rmnaoolJPoW8rTIti h rrioarun UMnois one DiPt1ut W i f nnhiiey The IsVf The wet stoppediall farm work for the last fev lt daysi Wheat harvest is over thresh ing in progress with a light yield I19thinghappens crop cribbed Dark tobacco looks well but Burley nqt doing well Meadows are generally good late owing to the coldspring A son and daughter of Mr Thomas Dunbar of near Col m bia were visiting relatives in this section a few days last week The Hon Caleb Powers made his appearance in tOUr town Sat urday eve July 9th and handed out the voters of this precinct a few Some of my neighbors finished planting corn July the 4th had roasting ears July 10th andl If we didnt know the family we would be surprised at th statement of Mr J B Bault i regard tohis wheat crop One of our merchants Mr A Hovious apd Esq W D Bottom made a business trip to Columbia last Monday Mr L R Chelf bought a yoke of work cattle frpmH E Chand ler for 130 J Mr John Bennett and wife of Dunnville moved io pur town last weelc Mr enn ttWilliwork for IrJ Hobson spoke factory Hiry Collins of Campbells yule was in this section last week looking for sheep and hogs Eld Z T Williams will preachif at this place and Roley the first Sunday ineach month instead of the third y The Kentucky Single tree am spoke factory will start operation here in a short time The Rev Fieldon Chappie and lathers wjll commence a camp meeting near the residence of Richard Staytons deceased Jul 29 to continue 14 days We are not advised of the faith of the organization It has rained yery day this monthup to the present tim July13 Mr arid Mrs A C WHeelerof Knifley wish to thank thel friends and neighbors through the news for their kindness oi the fateful day of June 26th when their son lost his life in tb waters of Gasey creek Most es pecially those that were engaged in the searchor the body 4 r Qwensby i I farmers are very anxious for a few days of sunshine as some are not done their late corn and the hay is r ady to be cut An infant child ot MraIld Mrs Walter Oaks waslaid t0 rest in the Lawless grave yard last week J Miss Susie Aaron spent last Wednesday night Wlth Olga Lawless Mrs Elijah rtonpMsed- oy the riv tottceathJqlil5th Her baby beiiiisr buried the I2th laM to ret in theiIwtlshegrau yard t4ze to await the re rijactioii whA8C will meet with loy 14l osriuj had ting wall p IQ 1l TJi Ore QpXAia eouofrS li 5 lli t I ir Program r v v J a s vj S tr i VtV v o THEr i fe V v Fifth Sunday School Convention to b held wfth d Pleasant RidgeBaptist Church Green Coun= jtc d S ty Ky July 30and 3i 1910 p t PI r i riit1 7 v r 930Devotiormi ex rcisesbyT pastor W fiCaver nc L 1000Should every membert contribute regularIyt toMissions and whyTC M Johnson M D Prescott G R Durett 1030 Bible 6 missipnsfH S Robinson E F Tucker W B Cave I x 1115Areour churches tiohbr ing our Lord as they should with whyrlnot n W T Un derwood WiW Ingram 1200 Dinner on the ground 130 What are Missions doing for the world J S Gatton B W PenickEH Henderson d 200 Each qhristians duty in the evan Fzatipn of the world Wi L Pierce TE Ennis Mo S Ferrell 230 Best way of securing a systamatic contribution from each member to missions Dr A Shively W H Graham 3 A Pierce pupils We are glad to have Mr Lawless with us again as this is his 5th term at this place and we knoW he will do his part if the doitheirsi The Sunday School at thisv place is progressing nicely d Mrs Shelby Williams visited in Jamestown last week iMts Sallie Gabbert Belle Law less Mr arid Mrs Stant Kean and Miss Laura Moore were the guests of Mrs Lee A Lawless last Sunday eMrs Dire Hudson has been quite sick but is better afc thisI writing rMr Ezra Moore the traveling salesman for the Read Phospate 1Co is at home for a few days beeniElizatbeth Haynes has returned to her home In Clarksdale Mo Her sister Nellie accompanid her to Pellyton The Trustees of Educational Division No2 6f Russell county met at Union Chapel June 25th followingfte Sehoolhouse B F lawless Sulphur Springs W lby Powell Ereedom Lee A Lawless Mobres School house T F jielm Cherry Grove TS Helm Coffeys Sehoolhouse Miss Ima Irp Mann Town GruelL Conner Crcelsbpro Elmer Walton Eock hoUe Bottom 1iMLesley An f tie Blakfenshitf Sri h IJhouse Benny wlVnion Gipel EJM Montgomery Liberty J X Daitorii Jackman Bottom x Pr1iaLjJrI SuJli J ottOs Iyeis4 I1Sj d I 1 f SSUNDAY JULY 31 19lO 900 a m Devotional itcises E H Henderson Xlg i i Jf 915W1 should every Sun t ijl day school have a home depart ment G M Grimsley A WM Curry Mary P Lewis tr 945 How does va rightly coris duct ed teachers training c1is- benefit a S S Mrs Bettie H Wilson Mrs W T Undei wood R B Wilson 1015That social features are commendable forxholding and in creasing S S EJVQ Blakeman 1 E H Henderson S G Bell Wt H Graham SVV 1030The importance of ao x weekly and quarterly rekew Jams Garnett W Jl Coakly Jt N J Stearman r 1100 Missionary sermon W L Pierce Alternate TEnni W B C averW H Graham Committee E M Blakeman sociation will meet at James j town Russell Co Ky Saturday and Sunday July 30 and31M910ti SATURDAY 10 A M 1 Devotional exercise E Bry ant 2 Organization 3 The authority of the Bibl4 S B Collins Oscar Bertram A 4 The church during the dark age J M Pierce C M Deener W tBrett j 5 The progress of the churohi since the dark ageJ R Grfcier William Sharp B F Vaijs 6 Saturday night sermom bzr S P Stapp SUNDAY 9 A M 1 A church Pastor fla The conditions of his calfr Grimsley L P Bpttom b His beginning W f Breeding c The character of his pas i toriate md his attitude towarq other ministers S P f Sfciffcdchurches response J S SmitnjV- IGrider fv NJ 2 A general discussion of t111- Sunday school led by Windfie1d Knight and convention at 1arge liBr1ColumbiaKttMannsville MannsvilleAgi202J Campbellsville Sta Aug 2V 22 P i Columbia arid Tabor 3abbr Aug 2728 MilltowftrAug2S29 fiSpurlington and Erly nii iiRidge Sept 134JWet Tompkiiille SopttlU1 I TemHil1Sspt t tkipSiIR E rVi5u v GNd P1e JttJ tJI 11i1 T tn1 IfriJ044i 1 l tt t l l i T 0 i fy f1t- d r 1 r t rrnr a 16 6 THE ADATh COUNTY NEWS 7 t g +M f + + 1teb1ettStfo e 1usB mafkefc St Set 1st Brook t OLIiSt111e lentaeky QetO r- Quota stionont- LLWOOD 1 FENCE SefOre yotl buy Y4te lIlil1save you MMONEY eee N I 2167 Botjb s oH + 1 UG Pres JII Pres R DIETZMAN Sec 1889 f IN Sheet Iron Tank Work J9 r I I JOBBING WORK SOLICITED r ri livoHss J r- TRO fig1iDWg H- tUine GubleiryGuns WAGON MATE IIAh Telephone Phones HARM COCKE WTfynfe Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED INCORPORATED IwmiiiamiGHTS mflCHmisxs DEALERS ENGINES BOILERS SAW MLIS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 THIRTeeNTHMfiIN LOUISUILLe SMOKESTACKS and I All Kinds of Machinery Repaired I ee ee y CO PA nY- BLINDS + e+++ + + + a e o + e +d e v 4 ro Sash Doors Blinds i Mouldings Columns Porch Material Stair Work Interior Finish Etc II HouseI i + Send your orders to us for prompt shipment v and good goods rr We appreciate them i E L HUGHES CO 2il25 E Main Street 1INCORPORATE LOUISVILLE KY oj e + l JL ve SIC I7fi tCC C 7M i h7KI KI 7- T 1 I J Fifth Avenue Hotel iPIKE CAMPBELL MGR w tjo Refurnished Redecoratedand e modied A tisiIjiLa FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE GREtEN AND WALNUT STREETS SIC m LOuisville Kentucky V l i Wii fi tl id w w V v i71S I 7JI I A A 7 71 JSA 7J 7i7r II I J IIkv v fJJIISlV Wt 7K7F 7 iI= F J 71EJi lT COSTS NOTHING c 1IJI I c icTo List Your Property 7It vtWITII T t 1 lltr A Paul jjlSmythet Jlt t r E Ri ftSTAT E A fiiENt p olumbla Ky- I y f JJ o uwish to Buy or Sell call on Him iiTOMcein GtrnetltiiTdHtf ever Pest Officer rWn Pro ert al1lhw F r S alt tt r lMmm m 7I jjmM S1lS1Z m mmm T k Ib j ii t h dCoeJwjr c- Ir h- eonyt f 4IiJV r tY PRISONER WOUNDED BY NIGHT OFFICER Albert Taylor Suspected of Bur glarly Shot Through the Neck About 130 oclock Wednesday morning the police department was notified that the clothing store of Clark Stokes on North Bickford avenue had been entered by burglars Night Policeman Dehoney was the only officer at the police station at that hour and he went upstairs and woke up Al Stoneman and started out alone into Darkest Africa in search of the miscreantsI He very quickly secured in formation that a white man and a negro were attempting to dispose ofa number of suits of cloths in a negro pool hall on North Admire avenue He en tered the pool hall laid his hand on the shoulder of the white man and accompan-y him to the station The man drew back a billiard cue as if to strike and as he did so the cue struck a gun which the officer held in his hand The force of the blow discharged the gun and a 45 ball tore its way cleat through the prisoners neck en tering the right side and coming out at the left Dehoney caught him as he fell and later brought him up to the police station where the wound was treated by Dr Clark The man gave his name as Albert Taylor and his mother a Mrs Jones was reach ed by telephone at her home in Lawton and arrived here last last night Taylor was taken to exIception setting in he has a fair chance of recovery The negro who is alleged to have been an accomplice of Tay lor in the burglarly of the cloth ing store was in the pool han when Dohoney entered but he made a quick getaway and has not yet been apprehended Chief of Police McCartney is hot on his trail however and it is prob able that he will be landed be hind the bars before sunset this eveningThe gained entrance to the Clark Stokes store by prying open aback window with a crow bar or some other instrument The proprietors of the store were unable to state yester day just what amount of goods had been taken but were of the opinion that a half dozenormore SUIts of cloths andsever uit cases were missing I The officers are of the orjihipii that Taylor is a much wanted man and is a member of a band of burglars that have been robbing stores in a number of Oklahoma towns and disposing of their booty in pawn shops and second hand stores Officer De honey is to be commended for his daring invasion of the bad lands single handed in the ear ly hours of the morning in pur suit of two desperate criminals one of whom is reporthdto have been carrying a big gun pn his IOkahomaThe Dphpney1 mentionedrn the above article ir Mr1 Forest Do l1 honeyJson of Mrs ferecilla Boy honeyv of Cohimbtarr1 I hHVHC ltl P A iveivJWIbldj t1 1taln l t xla1ae theThey H HMj I ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD OR REPAIR f 2Tb + If so we can furnish anything you may + need in rough or dressed Lumber Roof ing Sash Doors and Blinds Columns tIt1 of every description OurstQckofSidingIt Ceiling Flooring and all kinds of Mould e t ing is manufactured from Dry Lumber r + Jr We can furnish an ii 4C V 4 T our e and largest and best assorted stock of Finishing Material of Yfan- yfirm in this section of the State Phone 44 w SANDUSKY COMPANYCOLUMBIA KENTUCKY 4444444444444444444444444c4344449444 appeared in all sorts of lands arid conditions They attacked al most every useful plant and also plantain ragweed and evenoak s routs but the limit was reach ed when they invaded old cement bags A Frightful Wreck of train automobile or buggy may cause cuts bruises abrasions sprains or wounds that demand Bucklens Ar- nica Salve earths greatest healer Quick relief and prompt cure results For burns boils sores of all kinds eczema chapped hands and lips sorer piletcure at Drug Co Caner III lwill endeavor to write a few lines to the News thinking they would be appreciated by my friends in old Kentucky I am located on a farm one mile East of Casner and on the C H B R R nine miles Fat of Decatur the county Seat of bacon county This is a fine farming country for oats wheat corn timothy and clover We have Sunday School at Casner every Sunday conducted by good men who have faith in Christ and they love to tell of his good works I would like to know what has become of the writer of Kerns Ky I dont see a letter from that place in the News any more I meet lots of Kentuckians there in Illinois I can tell a corn cracker in a very short time after I meet him I will close for this time and if this escapes the waste basket 1 will write again Yours Charlie Burton a Advantages of a Silo The silo is now the recognized granary of the dairy farm It is the great factor which the prac tical dairyman depends upon to achieve economical and profita ble results It is a thing Which the firstexpnseshould not pre vent any man frow owning and rusing Deleteriousresultaseldom or never follow the feeding of sil age If such a thing happens ifc is because of overfeeding or the use of decayed and rotten feed a thmgnot tobe recommended in silage any more than in other feeds p vSilage isrecogmzed as the factor of greatest economic value jb the fons of mulch cows Where f dai faimie L rra1ty jtia ubiquito stSil e l8 JY u aSa fem1 fot y I uttf t J When tedntD cattle fcring fitfe t for marketaJ 1U 60rp 2 rooran OB1 THE dair Quasi uizday School Bonuentibn to 6f helcatthegalp gpoands ate lum6iit July 23 191Q f 9 o clockDevotional23 Psalmr rRL TALLY The object of this Convention V By one of the Officers 945 The Sunday Schoolas an agency in spreading tHe Gospel of Gods Kingdom vr REV R L TALLY V J NCONOVER 1015 The Bible and the great jnortanceofits study and teaching REV Z T WILLIAMS 4vri i vV ti A R McBEATII 1045 The Leakage in the Sunday School especially with the young men Why and Remedy REV B M CURRIE 5UK JUDGEHC BAKER 115 Reports of the Sunday Schools 1145APPointment fy of CommitteesR 1200Dinner V jY W 130 Why should the Officials of tKeCounty and Professional men attend the Sunday Schools REV J R CRAWFORD KvV h JAMES GARNETT 200Sunday School Pr 6blemsintfeHbme Field REV J A JOHNSON V r GOV J R HINDMAN 230 Modem Methods of Sunday SchootWork aOrganized Adult Bible Cl ssi REV TOBIAS HUFFAKER PROF RK MOSS 300 br Tercher Training Work f V MRS Z T WILLIAMS V SMRS GEORGIA RSHEUTON t 330Election of Officers cF RWINFREY Pres Co Committee J W TURNER Secrtf Asilb enables the farmer to grow more feed from the farm By its use the feeding capacity of the farm can be doubled- A silo enables the farmer to store a greater amount of feed in less space than he can other wise do It requires double the amount of space to store the same amount of dry nutrients and roughage A silo enables the farmer to store away his feed with less loss of valuable nutrients that itr can be done in any other way Feed cured in the open air suffers loss of about 25 per cent while silage loses not more than 10 per cent A well ilfisiIois a perma i vent improvement to any farm It isbesides at pretty sure indi cation that the owner is making good It is a feature which should be taken into account in- estimating the credit rating ol any farmer the kind of 8L silo ti lwhich he has Ex sibI frt i Ii 1 grower st Kwii Ras y V W 1 Ml r ty five years of pasturing hogs of all ages on alfalfa has proven conclusively to me that a fourth to a half grain ration while they are on such pasture will produce greater growth per day than when in dry lots on full feeds of co noHogs will maintain a reas onable growth but not fatten much on alfalfa pasture alone I Relieve it profitable to feed then some grain while running on green alfalfa If it is desired to fullfeed hogs they will make arapid fattening growth from increasing the grain ration while on pasture and with the full grains ration the meat will be inearly as firm as that 6f hogs kept in a dry lot wfrere grain nolaistif tween alfalfafed swine and those purely grainfed and they sell price and price alike The tgeneral health of th ialfalfa fed hogs is equal to tMfr of those maintained on any feed and they area prolific fyMoixioCcihAva a wbtc of goad drwwtd lien wJjqltt lf lJew the firket pdef9rtM ttbiri tl U4L j CC rj J p i 7 I Ife t r t f i NErWS i WomadsBeaoly advancedagerapidly for suffering leaves its lasting marks on em someIAvoid the pain treat yourself at home fcy taking iCardui as thousands of other women have done Begin at once and give Cardui a fair trial yz ff TAKE I lr J- I It Will Help You L Sirs Katie Burlison Goreville Ill tried Cardui and writes I suffered with female troubles and was so sick I could not stand totam my am m better health than I was before Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES Ln v Pyrus The rainy weather still con tinues with us Miss Flora Pickett and brother Garland attended the old folks singing at Pleasant ridge last Sunday Mr R 0 Keltner of Grady yUle attended meeting at Morris chapel Sunday Rev Payne and wife visited at Mr Sam Bakers last Sunday night Mr C C Pickett and wife of forIt mers parents Mr W S Pick ett and family Saturday night iI and Sunday R F Keltner and little son r Earl were visiting at GradyVille last week Mr G D Vance made a busi tiess trip to Columbia the first of of last week Several from this community had thepleasure of hearing HonI Caleb Powers speak at Grady vile last Thursday and must say here that we cannot see as theI correspondent of Irvins Store said the woman which Mr Pow ers spoke to while passing by We think she had better put on her spectacles and take another look we really believe that she could judge him for a higher than constable Mr Edd Moss of Greensburg- passed through our community a few days ago en route for Bridg port stopping over night at the home of Mr W S Pickett Miss Daisy Keltner of Grady ville was visiting Miss Stella Keltner last week Mr John Pickett and wife re turned home last Friday yOur school began last week with good attendance Our peo r pie seem well pleased with our r choice of teacher Mr Charlie Diddle We trust he will have great success Mr W S Pickett made a business trip to Columbia last week t Mr 1L 0 and C W Keltner attended Ghildrens day at Pleas Tantridge last first Sunday JttleSsrsJWand J A V r attended children day at Mor risi chisel the first Sunday and reiibrted a good time and plenty Dinner of the ground toy accomp date the crowd 0t Mr Willie Estes and children 2 kot Mtefccalfe were visiting rela p afeW1datsfr tpu13k znade atr1- in to lastSu t fj la f yArt Mr G D Vance and wife were visiting Mrs Blakey Doo lin the formers sister who is in very poor health Mrs J H Vire and granddaughter Miss Stella Keltner were at the bedside of Mrs Ella y Robinson of Grady ville one day last week Mr G D Vance was in the Keltner community a few days agoMrs W S Pickett was visiting rsC W Keltner last Wednesday II Obituary On the evening of June 25th 1910 at eleven oclock Mr John R Royse peacefully closed his eyes in death He was born July 4th 1832and lived in the Harrodsfork country near Dirigo Ky He was 77 years 11 months and 21 days old Uncle John was a man whom everyone liked who knew him andwas a high toned Christian gentlemen united with the ME church ai Breeding about 20 years ago He was married to Miss Fannie Breeding about 39 years ago unto this union were born seven children all of whom are living but one who died in infancy Uncle John had been in bad health for some time but he bore his afflictions with Christian for titude All was done that loving hands could do to keep him with us longer but God saw fit to take him home out of his suffer ing He was a kind and loving husband a gocd and loving fath er He leaves a wife and six children and a number of friends to mourn their loss But will say to you weep riot as one that has no hope for he is with little Luther and Jesus and what must it be to be there It is all glory no sickness and no dying can enter there When Christ brings his cross he brings his presence and where he is none are desolate as he knows his own he knows to comfort them Iknow top well that words cannotcorrifort remaines yet to be seena WiUaytoth dear children that are not ready for the meeting intle sky tti get ready to meet your deirfiath- er wherec parting will be no more J I The funeral services were htld Y1IGBBreeding Masonsf fthof bocfe layedfc te irt4a rziS l tt M rj rXJ mw family burying ground Iearhis home whrea large number of relatives and friends were prps ent to witness the last tribute of respect to ourdear uncle A loving niece EEP A Good Ration for Dairy Cows A dairyman who has studied the question of profitable rations says the greatest success he has ever had in his dairy was when he fed a ration about as follows Once a day good alfalfa all to be eaten up clean and this in the morning In the afternoon cut corn fodder with the ears leftin all that will be eaten up clean This latter would be cut green just before the first frost shock edinmeCliumsizedshocks in the field and left there till wanted It would then be hauled to a cut ting machine ndcutas needed in about threequarter inch lengthsandvhen fed properly every bit of stalk cob and all will be eaten Then with this was fed about 20 to 30 pounds of mangelwurzels put through a root utter and to the heaviestt milkers from four to eight pounds pf wheat bran Now note these feeds Alfalfa a cheap source of protein or flesh forming ele ments the corn fodder carrying a good quantity of fairly well matured ears a cheap source of carbohydrates or starch and sugar and the mangelwurzel a cheap succulent feed that though not rich in nutrients is a won derful aid to the perfect diges tion of the other feeds These three feeds are the cheapest for the dairy cow that can be produced Although one is not in a corn growIng State a little experience is necessary in order to produce from the same varieties a very high class fodder corn at least and mangelwurzels can be made to yield thirty tons to the acre easily and sixty tons is father below a maxmum crop Ex Short Meter Sermons The rage for gold defers the golden age Heaven is often hidden in our hardships A good deal of honest impiety- is due to sham piety No man was ever yet led into truth by shaking a fist at him The only way to make others good is to make good ourselves The pessimists are the people who analyze the game but never get into it None get on the heights with the divine who are not oil the level with men A man who has many strings on hiss hands is sure to get some around his feet Ourpoverty is more likely to be due to the good we miss than to the goods we lose somewenemies is to slay them first and argue with them afterwards Those Pies of Boyhood eHowdelicious were the pies ofboy hood No piesjiipw ever taste so good whats changed the pies No Its you ToUye lost the strong healthy sto mach the yigorpus liver the active kid 1eySbe i ukir boWels pit Jk yhood Y urdi is and you blam the food Chats needed A BleU toning up fey Ekctric attars of all orf gaas oJI dif estiocstomachLiver Kid iieys Bofreia Try them rrbeYllr store yam boyhood ate appttr elation of food anijTaJrly saturate your body rlfck awr Jg lth tk mad OA PiutDru oeD L 3S L3r r v J r C4I t i Programm J The Missionary arid Sunday School Convention of the So Cumberland River Baptist thj sociation will meet at J town Russell COKy Saturday and Sunday July 30 and 31 1910 SATURDAY 10 A M 1 Devotional exercise E Brjr amt 2 Organization 3 The arthority of the Bible S B Collins Oscar Bertram 4 The church during the dark age J M Pierce C M Deener W I Barrett 5 The progress of the church since the dark age J R Grider William Sharp B F Vails 6 Saturday night sermon by SP StappSSUNDAY 9 AM 1 A church Pastor a The conditions of hiscall I M Grimsley LvP Bottom O His beginning W A Breedingc character of his pas jtoriate and his attitude towardr other ministers S Pal6p d His closing q and the churches response J= S Smith f I Grider 2 A general discussion of the Sunday school led by Windfjeld Knight and convention at large blBroProgram The following is a program for the Musical Association to be held at Bethlehem church near Gentrys Mill the second Sunday- in August 1910IDevotional exercises by James Atchley Welcome address TJ G Ander son t Response Rev CiJ F Breed ing Organization and election o f officersRelative length of notes and rests James Kerns J H Wor mack and Joe Kerns Double and tripple measures W E Stapp and W T Sullivan Quadruple and compound double measures Rucker P Grimsley and Esco Stapp Compound tripple compound quadruple measures L T Acree and W G Wormack Quartett John BurtonJr SppranoAccent Frank Hughes and Prof A G Hill Quartett Miss Myrtie Shep herd on Soprano How to teach note reading J V Dudley Robert Anderson and Tom Coff ey- Transposition of scale by sharp Ruel Cabbell and Bill Bailey Transposition of scale b y flats Anderson Miirrell arid Prof Smith Dynamics Cortez Bryant and CE Breeding Solo Curtis McGaha Miner scale JohnWolf land Henry Wormack Song lead by BryantMeloHy Stewart Rexroat and JV Dudley v v J Solo Henry Wormack ari R OQ bbell i Harmony Cooper Shepherd ndIM Grimsley i UjGAndfcrsri Com We the Sunday Sohool andr jioghborhood of Vie Be thkhtBi chtlrcli imanio mily rtquwt thi- Psiak ta1ie ta at F i1 r J o i j + rrtkijI l JLI rc oeoc oc- a j JiiI WEEKLY l i COURIER JOURNflL g HENRY WATTERSON Editor t r tfegis a National Newspaper Democratic in i r politics It prints all the news without I ffear or favorsThe regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLYs JOURNALi NEWS BOTH ONE YEAR t 150 Ir if you will give or send your order to this J j papernot to the CourierJournalF Daily CourierJournal Yr 600r Sunday CourierJournal Yr 2JO We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper 3sXsXXS2X Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH t StudebakerBirdsell Yv Tlilburn WagonsrAtfCaritoadrof Oliver Chilled Plows A carload of Disc Harrows A car load of Cultivators Corn Planters and11 One Horse CornIrillst r J fX Will have the greatest and finest displayih of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country ready for Spring trade f LIME SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE t Will deliver any kinWof FaffnJ T O JImplements at any station lii i- on the L c N R t Woodson ii a Lewis fhKeMerchantMail orders promply attended to IFit k v Betlilehem Church t hPecbiioV Sunday 1n AutG 0K nttySUplorss IL GL AnderiOn seotsw S JT I Tqt 4 Y tr C tifR aR I fV 1 h take pitt in the discussionstz Bring weltfilled baskets lt 1tNeCell on S jJ uhtirand i t the loIe th tillM td r rtf 1 t r r at3ir wryE I ii T f i1a I7J Jpi1 J j 1 ie i 1 0 i 4g4M U 7L VV THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS c f L Graiiyville t Mir K t Moss and family rwfliirr vJ iiii ij1sJlg pe tl fevdaysrg I r the firstthe week with 910Jtt MSs and family fv We have had rain every day pe in this month up to the present V LIC Hindman and wife spent One day in Columbia the first of theweek v Albert Parson was on the sick 3ist a few days the first of the week Mrs Geo Atkins and Mrs R ili Caldwell and daughter of the i Milltown community visited Mrs G 0 Moss one day the first iof the week Mr Tyler Furkins of Cane Val 7iey was in our midst last Tues idayand informed us he was having a nice business Miss Mary Grissoin and her f brother Bruce of Bliss spent I Jast Saturday night and Sunday yin our city visiting relatives feVv Mrs J tL Walker spent a day rso in Columbia the first of the eektr t Barn to the wife of Henry jKeen on tile 7th a son Mother7 and child doing well 3 A Diddle and son were at areensburg last Monday on feusi ness The work on the Bank build ing will begin in a few days W B Hill wants a first class vfharness horse about 8 or 10 years of age The threshing machines have started The wheat is a little to damd to tHi esh well t H H Henderson has several tobacco houses to build in this section during the fall months Mr J W Walker of Columbia was here the first of the week tMissMoJie Flowers after pending a few days in Columbia S arid Lebanon returned home the first of the week V Quite a number of our citizens Attended quarterly court atC rlumbia last Monday W B Moore and wife visited 5i relatives at Portland a day or so the first of the week f Rev JohnRQach of East F9rk hisfcjj any in our Pt oidaylDr f T Grissom and wife of Jt Bliss spent several days in our llfcown the first of the week visit sing their relatives We CVere- rAf tlI glad to seethe Doctor and to pmowthatheii improving and jkist that it will only be a short S time until he will be well again 1i LMrs Ella YRbertsQnwho 3has been in delicate health for sveral months is spending a few weeks at Sulphur Well at fthis time Her father Mr Jates informed us that she was jgeltting along nicely and was weUpleased with the well and especially the accomodations f Mrs CM Hindman will join f herhiafeW days and will spend ia few wieeks enjoying the good water and hospitality of that iicted place It hqpedby their many friends that when they re Jturn they can ay that theirq j t Health has ben improved Jr SSiJmnlWhQ was with ius last year mndleft to attend gthe Jecturc has returned and tW will 4 cat with us permantly 11flk are oertainly1glad to have ith forwf- 41sd nll ssrvicait- here 2 m do tn li fz jJ F r s T Ifj l l t L r c physician can do iiere We under standtt Prnt Nelkand Sim I npns have formed appartnership in the practice bia1 Icommunity Clark was in our midst last Wen sday seeing after some corn that he had sold Mr Todd informed us after using all the corn that he needed through the winter and up to the present time keeping enough to run him until corn is made again he had sold two hundred dollars worth of corn and had received the cash for same Mr Todd made this on avery small farm and had no helpr Can you see any gopd reason for our boys leaving r old Kentucky and especially Adair county hunting good farm ing land If we will only workI ourown spiljn old Adair is no trouble about her produc tion and there we have a home market for every bushel of corn f wheat and oats she produces and can get the cash for itLet us till our own soil Mr W L Grady the noted Peacock Horseman 6f AdairamLf adjoining counties a s week his house and lot in our city with about fifty acres of land to Mr Etna Keeriifor the sum of twentyfive hundred dol lars Mr Grady informed us that he has something like 36 acres of land left and that he had concluded to build on higher quarters Mr Grady will build at once or buy property in our town As Mr Grady had de ciden to sell his residence Ive are very glad that he has turned it over to Mr Keen and his estimable wife as they are first class people and we are glad to have them with us This deal doubtles will have a tendancy to improve our town as Mr Grady is a progressive man will erect a new and handsome dwelling as well as a large and commodious s barn f V Milltovn it j t We are having plenty fof rain at present fL B H Gilpin Campbellsville was here last week Rev Dudgeon filledhis regular appointment here last Sunday Mr Jim Shirley was on the sick list last week WS Hindman was in Columbia one day last week Mr NT Mercer Bliss was here fishing one day last week Mr Joe E Johnston was in Lexington several days of last weekr Mr JDThomas sold ills farm jto Party at Springfield for 12OQ Mr cage Rogers Jwas in Greerisburg last week MbA M Mercer Spent last Sunday visiting relatives in Green cpurity Mr Richard Shirley arid Wil ham Hudson were at aparfcy at- Gradyvllle one night last week MrJ N B Dohpney lost a horse onenight last week li iss Fannie Dphoney was visiting friends at S ady ille Jast week Mr James ThttJrmadae- ying trip to Taykr ounty Jut wuk r Miw C t S4s t r JIit fr tlti4t1Q t 1W5 a Frank Dowel of Sulphur Well asjed thrqLUgh here oneday last JweTJMr E Pendletpn passed ithere last week with a1 fi ie drove of sheerfand cattle 6 Mr Guy Nell Creel Nell and Mableandinanwere here last jIlastSunday but there was others who filled his place Miss Mollie Caldwell of Co IumbiawasvipitingMrsNellieI- pattesonon night last week tt Butler of Greens burg was visiting his parents here several days of last week Toria Sunday School at this place is getting along very nicejy Mrand MrsLogan Bryant and two sons who have been in Chil dress Texas for some time are visiting at Mrs Bryants parents They will return to Texas so9nFWe have been having plenty of rai h s rained every day in this month up to tho 13 at this tofwfarmers have begun tojqok very sadf They are wanting to plow and hoe their tobaccoandthey have begun to murmur again and say there wont be anything made Seems like the Lord cant please us at all A few weeks ago when the good Lord was sending the bright sunshine down on the earth to make the little plants grow just what we had been wishing for but we soon got weary with that and be gan to wish for rain So the good theIas ued to rain we are like the child ren of Israel we havecorn menc d to murmur and say there wont be anything made the to bacco1 will all ruin the wheat will all rot and we are saying I dont know what I am to do We ought not to grumble at the blessed Saviors work for His Will must be done not ours He commands us more strictly to work for the soul than the body Maybe we have been neglecting the soul and the good Lord is send ing these wet spells to give us warning that we must be more interested about the life hereafter then this present life Do we works hard for the soul as we dothebody It seems to me that we all would be bound to answer no We will arise early in the morning when the ground will do to work and hasten to the field work hard until noon come in and eat our dinner dont take time o pick up the Blessed Bible and read a few verses to keep in memory what the Lord has done for us out we must rush back to our work and work till the briny sweat will run down over our facesand in our eyes till we can hardly see our way Return home at night worn out with the heat and toil of the day arid too tired to take the Holy Bible and read a chapter and think God for health and a sweet days work and to watch over us while we rest So ware neglecting the soul that never dies for the body that must die When Sunday Gomes we are sic i tfr riseand go to church SftbibiLth acfropl oir to miI1istertotHa want of aoriw frjenij who m jirr i1 thInk all willaTee W I me thM this j the nJ Jet uJMl rtiee1t is J1 tMgG will alL- t 31 xJ o AUSPICIOUS OPENmf JIRQRAUtOM tI cfl1 TELEEOWr tELEGRP14 SYSTEM TO1NAGURITESRICE1 I iOWSVILLEV J J tctMessages Exchanged BetWeen Govern ors Mayors and Other Officials of Operating States arid Cities CivicOrganizations Join In Louisville KyMarked bythe exchange of grQetings between inent state and city officials and theI heads of representative civic bodies the telepost system of automatic telegraphy was formally opened this week between Louisville and Indianapolis The cordiality of the welcome ex tended to this newest marvel in the evolution of telegraphy with its 2000 words a minute service recalled toI many of the older residents of the city the feeling of elation which attended the introduction of the IVforse system to Louisville 52 years ago Among those who attendedthe ceremonies at the headquarters of the automatic svs tern at No 338 West Main street reI two old men who were present when I the first telegraph message was flash ed from Louisville by the handop erated system of Professor Morse As they saw one automatic message after another rolled off the receiving machines on tapes at lightning speed the dramatic spectacle visibly affected them Marvelous as was the original capacityiingenious device for transmitting intelligence between Distant points inspired them with a strange feeling At the same time that the Telepost messages were being dispatched and receiyedj therIndependent Telephone Co was uigtheame wire for conj versation bQtweenTsubscribers The ability ot theautorqit1c system to use a telephone wire simultaneously with fthe telephone company while erspnsv are talkingover it without oneconflidf fag with the other gives it an important economic advantage over iti rivals and Is one of the novel feattreslofthis which in time will enable it toestablishdirect telegraph connection with the most remote sections of the country with comparatively little cost Aside from the enormous speed of the Telepost what most inpressed those present was the fact that all its messages are transmitted backwards This insures the inviolability of its wires at all times while messages are in transit Present in the office of the auto matic company were members of the city council and other local officials of Louisville and a number of prom inent business men including members of the Louisville Commercial club The flrst message sent over the wire was one from the newspapers of Louisville to the editors of newspapers in Indianapolis Terre Haute Chicago Springfield HI St Louis and Sedalia Mo and other cities in whichthe sys tern has been commercially operating for the last year and a halfrThe newspapers of the country will be one of the largest beneficiaries by this sys tern which will give them a muoh more extended service for theisamei money their telegraph jiewsuow cots them or the same service for a frac tion of the money they now pay for the service of the hand operated SY- Stem Following tIle greeting from the editors were messages frojn state officials to state officials of Indiana and Missouri and from the mayor of Louisville to the in all bt the operating piuesrrheitcame messages between representative business men and the commercial organizations of Louisville to similar organizations in clUes reached by Telepost felicitating them upon the establishment of thia new bond of fellowship between them The Telepost is the system by means of which Professor Roymn Hitchcock former curator of the department of science and industries of the Smith sonian institute testifying recently before a special committee of the New York legislature said P arys 8000 word story of the discovery of the north pole could have been sent from Battle Harbor to the New York Times in ten minutes had it been in operation at that time as far north It took 20 skilled operators three days to send it by hand Automatic mes sages are prepared on a perforating machine These machines have a reg ulation typewriter keyboard but in stead of printing the message In Ro man letters the keys punch a series of circular perforations in a tape When these are subjected to rel8cirical cpn tact jn the sending apparatus they automatically create the dots and dashes flashed over the wirsg to the receiving end Thepu1Ung Ota leyer sends a m wigei op 1 way ntp receiving end the IB automat ic lly recorded in dots and dashes on a chemically prepared tape Like Lncle Sams postage Telepoft lectiQ1settheforms of tel graml The firsfcte a 5Ortttst- he jwat i re wire at aiy hour of the day er HUflit for 25 centlW1th1be same eb JerJty 111 ordinary tel fimm and ojrtiyered by aIL luead of by mei fl nger The jfcond te lOrWord mis- t4e511t ajrer thIreiu tlw Tegular way for 10 eDt tnuacribedln a postal card at the eD s d ilyered by matt1 The Teletape 100 yrords for 15 ceuWIs inteu4t4argei7 lour large bittMnpi tonuM when the eud t- Hr Ig taDe je pMM an eav Je tIlOQtU totthe CM f j r1 fU n 1 fcr 4J 1I TcTNOTFCErS On and after August lit 1910 I wilr z not sell any goods on time This Stiotihat 1 do not want to accommodate m good customers but l find I cant selFgoodspnytim it and my competitors selling for CASfln 1 cant afford to carry somanypeople and to se11fCASltwi11 f bet a necessity T 4 r j hoJYOIlLcan save by buying for CASH and please dont ask ine tocredit you as I will be compelled to refuse you twhich will be unpleasant CSpecial Bargains Every Saturday X I have 250 two hundred and fifty Umbrellas and Parasols regular 75c seventy = five cents and one forIcash I will offer them to my customers on Satur = day August 6 at the low CASH pricejof twenty cents oneIwhil pleaseIam compelled to collect all that is collectable at once Yours for Business v UTf EECHELF rt 1J f Z3ogiam- t CXE1 TEGEJ J i1 I StngsSt rlfaical Sopiet tjf4ezfIJ at- Y9izsrsetSpzizgsXy J t7iurstI4 i I ILgifft41f 19o i f 1 1 0a m Call to order by President 21 Devotional Exercise REV EPENNYCOFF Russell Springs 3 Address of Welcome x JUDGED D IRVIN Russell Springs 4 Report of Secretary and collections of dues 5 Clinic hour ts Y 4 i 6 Cholera I fantuth Y v L F HAMMONDS M D Dunnville 7 Discussioni opened by Fic J S ROWE M D Jamestown 8 Eczemart 5 K Wm BLAIR M DGlensfork 9 Discussion opened bjr V D S FLOYD M D Humphrey 10 Summer Diarrhea C iWoGD FLANAGAN MD Jamestown 11 Discussion opened by i 3 rn P MARTIN M D Liberty 12 Abdominal well in 14 days 2jtO CARPENTER M D Stanford 13 Discussion ened by PV BALLOU M D Rowena 14 Paper his own selection 0J J B SCHOLL M D Jabez 15 Discussion opened by t L S WESLEY M D Liberty 16 Sanitation f U L TAYLOR M D Columbia 1 7 Discussion opened by 11 McCLENDEN M D Rowena la Pa erhisoWn selection vj 4v SAM TAYLOR MD Montpelier 19 Discussion openedby AV NEATHERY M D Russell Springs Public cordially invited LD HAMMONDS D PresIrvm Store Ky ty JNO D COMBEST M D Sect y RmsellSpreigs Ky 1 HiHtown- Rey pudgeon reached a very Mtcr stingsermon here last Sun day Misses Hattie Blikemari Mary Caiiipb H afidMi Coach of GreeniBurff ykited Mis Minnie1 Rogers MYeA days of last kfOat harvetI isjutovsramd- th crop M mookINBHF then wa- sexptithe l I extra z t 1 tr rJJ am- j MlMilI1s Qf C 7rl lumbia visited at Mr J W- TpwnseI1 last unday Mr J W Thompson of Colum ibia Visited relatives here Satur JdMr Clarence Calhoun of near Campbellswille visited relatives m this neigjiifcprhood last weejr I011S9fGradyvine iplact en ttllwiSeenab Monday 04j gi The le iJve layedteC- ORfl by itthi oicty f beginthrhood next le fitt